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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... small town with narrow cobblestone streets, churches and a market square. The difference in Brugges is that every third shop is a chocolate shop mixed with lace shops. There are 11 local beers - only tried one - Julius Beer. The town also has small canals which twist thru the town and there are canal cruses.
The difference between the Belgium people and the French is immediately oberious. In Amiens in ...
... on a night for everyone. They hung pieces of cake up to string and all the crews had to go up and we had to eat the cake off the string with our hands behind our back. The first one who ate all the cake won, our smallest and youngest crew Hugo won. It was really funny. They also had cheese and drinks for the adults. It was a really hot ...
... access to this rib for 3 days and can take 4 people out on it to watch the races. Cait, Kim and Steve came along today. Going down out through the channel was lovely, the views are great but today unfortunately once out in the North Sea it was a bit rougher than yesterday!! Jacques was a very good driver, but possibly a little crazy!! We were all absolutely soaked by then end of the 2 races, thank goodness there wasn't 3 today. Everyone on the "mother ship"(we have ...
We were able to take our time today as Brugge is only 45 minutes drive from Ypres. So using both GPS and Tomtom, we set off via the coastal area of Oostende. Wow! What a contrast. Like everything ugly you could think of all built at the edge of the beach. Back into the lovely countryside and 10 kms down the road and we were in Brugge by lunchtime. This time our accommodation is unbelievable. 5star B and B. After lunch in the ...
... the streets, but not like the day before. The atmosphere was relaxed and I noticed people going about the Christmas shopping!
When we got back to the apartment, Jaey made me one last meal before I set off on the train for Brussels. In my travel book it said one of the things you have to try food wise (lol more food) was Shrimp Croquettes. It just so happens the day before, Jaey's grandmother had given Jaey and his sister a bag of Shrimp Croquettes! ...